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ABA weighs in on California Supreme Court case affecting state's new bail reform law

The case involves ... about California’s recently enacted bail reform law, NPR reports. Among those expressing doubts is Chesa Boudin, an assistant public defender for the city and county of San Franc... read more

Deportation Law Too Vague, Rules Supreme Court

Ruling in a Bay Area case, the Supreme Court, with a crucial vote from Justice Neil Gorsuch, struck down a federal immigration law ... will affect thousands of noncitizens. It came in a suit by James ... read more

US Supreme Court Accepts Microsoft Appeal in i4i Case

Earlier today the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in Microsoft Corporation v. i4i Limited Partnership ... there to be a substantial new question of patentability. The request for the Su... read more

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March 26 Updates on Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Hearing

“The Supreme Court never gives you an ... same-sex marriage in the Proposition 8 case, for instance, would continue to allow most states to permit or forbid same-sex marriage. Q. What are the argument... read more

Transcript: Day Three of the Roberts Confirmation Hearings

You challenged this law on behalf of an HMO that refused to pay $95,000 for the shoulder surgery of Debra Moran of my state of Illinois. Case went to the Supreme Court ... by the ABA, for the position ... read more

Today's Supreme Court Oral Argument in Timbs v. Indiana Suggests Justices are Likely to Apply Excessive Fines Clause to State Asset Forfeitures

This morning, the Supreme Court ... weigh in. NOTE: Timbs is represented by the Institute for Justice, a leading public interest law firm with which I have longstanding ties. Among other things, I hav... read more

Privileged Client Information and Border Searches

The Supreme Court has held that border searches without probable cause and without a warrant are reasonable simply by virtue of the fact that the person or item in question is attempting to enter the ... read more

Would Decriminalizing Minor Offenses Help Indigent Defense Crisis? ABA Committee Weighs In

Wainwright, the March 1963 U.S. Supreme Court decision finding a Sixth Amendment right to counsel. Titled “National Indigent Defense Reform: The Solution Is Multifaceted,” the report was released Tues... read more

New business court aims to streamline disputes

A: The court is the result of an Ohio Supreme Court decision in July to authorize a four-year experiment in five counties -- Cuyahoga, Lucas, Franklin, Hamilton and Montgomery. Business courts are not ... read more

Should Arizona be allowed to enforce its own immigration law?

But Governor Jan Brewer said yesterday that Arizona will appeal directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is already set to rule in a case on another ... Should Arizona be allowed to enfor... read more

FTC Seeks SCOTUS Review in AndroGel “Pay-for-Delay” Case

According to the original FTC complaint, which was filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California ... of law at Rutgers School of Law (Camden), the Supreme Court has ... read more

U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Judge Samuel Alito's Nomination to the Supreme Court

She applied for asylum in the United States ... ribbon ABA task force has increasingly critiqued the increasing federalization of criminal law. Judge Alito's record, I think, indicates, and Rybar conf... read more

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